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February 4, 2020

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Recap: Las Vegas Scouting Events

Last week I traveled to Las Vegas to scout and evaluate Northern California players who were there playing with their AAU teams.  I observed several AAU Teams from Northern California play in the big three tournaments.  The Fab48, Adidas Championships and Bigfoot.  This was the last Viewing tournaments for College Coaches on the west coast. 

Here is my list of the top Nor-Cal players who performed in front of college coaches and media:

Play Hard Play Smart: Jordan Brown 2018, 6’11 PF, Woodcreek High School. Elias King 2019, 6’8 SF Jesuit. Cade Hoppe 2018, 6’8, PF Oakridge HS.  Zachary Chappell 2018, 6’4 PG, Capitol Christian HS. 

Oakland Soldiers EYBL:  James Akinjo 2018, 6’1 PG, Salesian HS.  Mason Forbes 2018, 6’9 PF Folsom HS.  Sekou Touree 2018, 6’6 SF, Prolific Prep.  Amadou Sow 2018 6’9 PF Prolific Prep.  Raymond Hawkins 2019, 6’11 C Bishop O’Dowd. 

Team Arsenal 17 Elite:  Naseem Gaskin 2018 6’4 Sg Bishop O’Dowd.  Elijah Hardy 2018, 6’2 PG Bishop O’Dowd.  Andre Kelly 2018, 6’8 PF, Lincoln HS Stockton.  Isaiah Hawthorne 2019, 6’7, F, Tracy.  Nate Karren 2018 6’8 PF, West Campus HS.  Jack Kath 2018, 6’8 W Granada HS.

Chuck Hayes Basketball: Gabriel Murphy 2018, 6’8, C, Modesto Christian HS.  Michael Hayes 2018, 6’4 SF, Merril F, West HS. 

Lakeshow 17’s Elite:  Justin Pratt 2018, 6’3 SG, De Le Salle HS.  Ronald Agebsar 2018 6’4 F, Sheldon HS.  Jayce McCain 2018, 6’2 PG, Folsom HS.  Ben Baker-McCann 2018 6’3 SG, Berkeley HS. 

Tyler Johnson Elite:  Logan Johnson 2018, 6’2 PG, St Francis HS.  Jake Wojcik 2018, 6’4 PG, Bellarmine HS.  Dylan Belquist 2018, 6’7 SG, Los Gatos HS.  Kendall Stubblefield 2018, 6’6 F, Bellarmine.  Sione Lauese 2018 6’7 F, Sequoia HS. 

West Coast All Stars:  Earvin Knox 2019, 5’11 PG, Modesto Christian HS.  Isaiah Rutherford 2019, 6’3 PG, Jesuit HS.  Ismael Paris-Cruz 2019, 6’2 SG, Fresno HS.  Prince Gilliam 2019, 6’8 PF, Fresno HS.

These are considered the top players from Northern California.   I (Britt Wright) was able to view.

Because of the size of the big 3 tournaments, teams playing  at various high school gyms in Las Vegas, made it difficult for me to see all the teams playing from Northern California.